traidor

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From Old Portuguese traedor, from Latin trāditor (traitor), from trādō (I give over), from trāns (across, beyond) + (I give).

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Noun[edit]

traidor m (plural traidores, feminine traidora, feminine plural traidoras)

  1. traitor (one who betrays)

Adjective[edit]

traidor m (feminine traidora plural traidores feminine plural traidoras; comparable)

  1. traitorous (characteristic of a traitor)
  2. which betrays (reveals unintentionally)

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin traditor.

Adjective[edit]

traidor m (feminine traidora, masculine plural traidores, feminine plural traidoras)

  1. traitorous
  2. unpredictable

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Noun[edit]

traidor m (plural traidores, feminine traidora)

  1. traitor